Using worm castings is the best way to grow bigger and healthier plants quickly. If you’re in the market for some worm castings, there are a few different ways that you can buy them. The various sources of worm castings come with varying levels of quality and convenience. Before you make an impulse buy, here are a few things to think about when buying worm castings.
If you have a large agricultural, landscaping, lawn care or gardening business, buying worm castings in bulk is more cost-effective and convenient for you.
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Also make sure to read our article on what are worm castings.
In the worm castings industry, there are many local producers that produce castings as a side gig. They have a worm bin in their garage or barn and feed them table scraps and compost. They’ll bag up their castings in plastic bags and take them down to the local farmer’s market to sell them. In many cases, they’ll also post ads on Craigslist and other online classified sites, promoting their castings. Sometimes, you can find a great deal on worm castings by working with these producers. In other cases, you’ll get an inferior product that isn’t much better than compost. The downside of this approach is that it’s kind of hit or miss. There’s no way to ensure that you’re getting a quality product. They don’t have online reviews, nor do they make a consistent product. It’s probably better than nothing, but you can do better.
When you’re looking for quality worm castings, another place to check out are local garden stores. In many cities, you can find a mid-size store that specializes in gardening supply. This is often your best bet to find a decent worm castings product. A lot of the smaller stores like hardware stores may not have anything in stock. These specialty gardening stores have all kinds of soil amendments, including worm castings.
If you don’t have a local gardening store or something like it, the next place to try is a home improvement store such as a hardware or big box store. These places typically have a gardening section and they will often carry worm castings. The drawback of buying from these places is that they don’t always carry the highest quality brands. You can find smaller bags of worm castings here, but many times it is an inferior brand of red wiggler worm compost. While it may be better than nothing, you can still find higher quality castings out there. Additionally, you might need a lot of castings. If you need 30 pounds or more of castings, it’s not going to be easy to find them in a big box store or hardware store.
The best place to buy high-quality worm castings is to get on our store at https://www.simplegrow.com/collections/all and have them delivered to your doorstep. With our tried and true system, we guarantee a high-quality product every time. You can get 30 pound bags or even 2000 pound super sacks of castings delivered. There’s simply nothing else out there like it.
Do you wish your plants would grow bigger? Was your garden less than it should've been last year?
If you're tired of growing puny vegetables and fruits, it's time for an upgrade...Simple Grow Worm Castings!
What are worm castings? Another term for worm manure. Why would you want to use it in your garden, raised beds, and house plants? Because it makes them grow bigger, faster and healthier...with no chemicals!
How do worm castings do this? It's like giving your plants a powerful multivitamin with everything they need to grow. Trace minerals, nutrients, and most importantly...worm castings are chock full of beneficial microbes. Why does that make a difference?
In recent years, we've learned the importance of gut bacteria for humans and know that it impacts so many different parts of our health. The same thing applies with worms. Gut bacteria from the worm's digestive tract gets into the soil from the worm castings and promotes plant health. Plants have a symbiotic relationship with the microbes from the worm's digestive tract. Plants respond to it and grow really big...really fast!
If you've never tried worm castings before, you owe it to yourself to give them a try. Instead of using traditional chemical fertilizers from the big box store, why not try fresh, certified organic worm castings this year? You'll be able to grow bigger, healthier plants that you actually can feel good about eating.
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